Honkai Star Rail Dreamflux Reef
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All Dreamflux Reef chests, Origami Birds, and Lordly Trashcan locations in Honkai Star Rail

Snag some free Stellar Jades and other materials in Dreamflux Reef.

Honkai Star Rail version 2.2 is finally here and the finale of the Penacony questline brings Trailblazers to new locations like Dreamflux Reef.

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As per usual with new Honkai Star Rail areas, there are a ton of collectibles to discover throughout Dreamflux Reef. If you’re short on Stellar Jades for characters like Robin and Topaz, then you can collect chests, Lordly Trash Cans, and Origami Birds to add a few more funds to your wallet. Dreamflux Reef’s collectibles are fairly easy to find, but if you’re missing a few, keep reading to see the locations for everything.

Dreamflux Reef 1F Collectibles

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There are only four chests to find on the first floor of Dreamflux Reef. Each of these chests is sitting out in the open, but keep an eye out for Origami Birds and other collectibles like books in the surrounding areas.

There’s also a hidden Lordly Trashcan next to the southernmost chest in this area, but it will only appear after you progress through the main questline in this area. Once you’ve finished the main quest, purple bubbles will appear in the area. You have to battle the Mysterious Trashcan no matter what, so be prepared.

Dreamflux Reef 2F Collectibles

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The second floor of Dreamflux Reef is where most of the chests are located. To access the chest in the hidden area in the southeastern portion of the map, you need to use an Aideen Token. You can purchase these from Dancy in the Golden Hour or Dennis in The Reverie (Reality).

There’s a Lordly Trashcan waiting for you in the southwestern corner of the map. To please the Trashcan Gang Members and avoid a fight, choose these dialogue options.

  • Helping people out?
  • Build a trash depot!

Dreamflux Reef Origami Bird Locations

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The first floor of Dreamflux Reef has five Origami Birds to collect. Make sure to snag the one in the bottom portion of the map across from the chest and secret Lordly Trashcan. That’s one that people tend to forget.

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As long as you follow the map above, you shouldn’t have any issues locating each of the Origami Birds on the second floor of Dreamflux Reef. To reach one of the Origami Birds (the one in the hidden area on the right side of the zone), you need to use an Aideen Token. If you’ve been using this guide to get all of the Dreamflux Reef chests, though, then you’ve probably already done that and collected this bird while you were there.

With that, you’re completely done with Dreamflux Reef in Honkai Star Rail! The version 2.2 update still has a ton of content to enjoy and some tough puzzles to solve, including a particularly tricky Dream Ticker puzzle in the main storyline.


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